Below is a preview of the Village of Innsfjord from my upcoming adventure "Lights over Innsfjord". I haven't included the sketch of the town map, and as is obviously shown below a few of the entries have been deleted for this post to keep some surprise.
All in all the twon has 12 named locations and has some wiggle room for Referee created stuff during or even after this adventure.
As always feedback is greatly loved and strongly begged for! enjoy!
A large stone building near the town “gate” with a large wooden sign with an etched and stylized flame. The inn is in surprising good condition, with washed stone walls and clean, thick glass in its windows. Light seems to always be glowing and dancing from the inside and a steady stream of sweet smelling smoke wafts from the chimney.
A short, squat building with a tiled roof and leaning stone chimney, that spews smoke of different sweet smells and colors at almost all times. A simple wooden sign is nailed to a post outside the small building:
“Apothecary: No love potions, aphrodisiacs or youth serums.”
A small two-storey stone and wood building with an attached side house. The stones are nearly blackened by smoke and the smell of o-zone is strong and sharp in the air around the place. An old anvil sits next to a split door on the side house, a simple sandwich board sign on top of the anvil reads “smith”.
Four small wooden docks stretch out from the edge of town over the icy waters of the fjord. Six to twelve (depending on the day and time) boats are tied to the docks, bobbing up and down in time with the mild movements of the ancient waters.
One of the largest stone structures in the village, the Temple of Balance is very obviously a place of worship, if not a seldom used one. The building itself is immaculately clean and smells – somehow – of lavender. Three large fireplaces and several braziers light the interior of the building, yet no smoke scaring can be seen.